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Summer at the School of Education

Workshop for Parents: Raising Bilingual and Multilingual Children and Adolescents designed to provide individualized family strategies in bilingual and multilingual childrearing. For more information, click here!

Stay up to date in Special Education with our Professional Enhancement Cluster for K-12 Teachers. For more information, click here!

New Literacies Workshops: Webtools to Tech Up Your InstructionFor more information, click here!

For students entering college, we offer WIRED: Write, Enquire, Read Explore, desiged to introduce strategies for college success. For more information, click here!


Douglas Fisher, May 4: Dr. Douglas Fisher of San Diego State University will discuss Unstoppable Learning: Strategies for High-Quality Teaching and Learning. Click here to register!



Dr Joan WalkerAssociate Professor Joan Walker, PhD, is an innovator in the ways we prepare teachers to interact with students and families, and how we can best engage students to become partners in learning. 
 
 
 
 



 


Pace Leadership Report

Explore the Winter 2015 issue of the Pace Leadership Report, which features School of Education student profiles, faculty publications, and more!

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Who Gets to Grade the Teachers in New York?

Westchester Dept. Chair Christine Clayton, EdD, comments on the Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposal to have the state of New York more power than local administrators to evaluate district teachers.

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Full-Steam Ahead for the STEAM Project!

Middle School students attended an interactive dance performance at Schimmel Theatre at Pace University as part of a project that engages students in content area topics such as algorithms, environmental restoration, computer coding and graphic design in alignment with dance concepts. The project also included classroom curriculum instruction units for content reinforcement, computer graphic design practice and mathematical skills practice.  Professor Lauren Birney from the School of Education and Professor Jonathan Hill from the Seidenberg Computer Science and Information Systems, partnered with MS 188 and the Educational Alliance to create these interactive workshops for middle school students focused on STEAM concepts that support the Arts through the lens of dance. The STEAM Dance Project was sponsored by Time Warner Cable.



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Childhood Education Teaching Fellow Jennifer Czirr ’15 is boxing her way to the Barclays Center for the Golden Gloves Finals on April 2, and she’s sharing the values of sportsmanship with her students along the way. 

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Dante Plush stands out—and up—to combine his love of history with his background and experience as a comedian to create a unique vision for the kind of educator he wants to become.